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Home > Landscaping > Native Plants for Western Washington Gardens and Restoration Projects


Native Vines

Lonicera ciliosa
Orange Honeysuckle
Climbing vine with clusters of tubular bright orange flowers.
Height: Typically up to 20 feet (6 meters).
Leaves evergreen. Hollow twigs.
Lonicera hispidula
Hairy Honeysuckle
Clamboring vine with clusters of light purple tubular flowers.
Height: Up to 33 feet (10 meters) in trees.
Leaves deciduous. Crawling hairy branches, often purplish.
Rubus ursinus
Trailing Blackberry
Trailing prickly vine producing small blackberries in late summer.
Height: 20 inches (50 cm).
Leaves deciduous. Stems prostrate, trailing up to 5 meters long, armed with curved, unflattened prickles; floral canes erect; stems covered in fine waxy powder; blue-green in color.


The landscaping and restoration information provided on this page is taken from the Starflower Foundation Image Herbarium. All photographs © Starflower Foundation unless otherwise noted.